Delta Air Lines Adds New Routes To Popular Warm-Weather Destination

Delta Air Lines is expanding its route network to provide passengers with a wider selection of heated options.

The Atlanta-based airline is expanding service to the island of Curacao and introducing new routes to Barbados, Puerto Plata, and Mazatlan.

From terminals located in Atlanta, New York City (JFK), and Minneapolis, the flights will depart.

Delta is establishing vital connections from Atlanta and across the United States that will make it easier for our customers to reach their ideal vacation destinations, according to Senior Vice President of Network Planning Joe Esposito.

This latest schedule gives travelers an unparalleled choice, with up to 1,000 weekly flights to distinctive places throughout Latin America and the Caribbean

Next winter, Delta will provide service to fifty destinations across Latin America and the Caribbean. Connecting these locations to the airline's headquarters at ATL, JFK, and MSP enables access from approximately 200 cities across the globe. 

Later this year, service commences to each city, including New York to Barbados on December 21 and Atlanta to Barbados on November 23.

Atlanta to Mazatlan three times per week beginning December 21; and Puerto Plata to Mazatlan from Atlanta on November 23.

Regarding Curacao, which is included in the ABC chain of Caribbean islands alongside Aruba and Bonaire, Delta is extending service from Atlanta daily beginning November 23, up from Saturdays only.

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